Outcome-Based Evaluation Designs and Data Analysis
Chapters 6 and 7 prepared the way for our work in this chapter on outcome-based evaluation designs and data analysis. By now, the reader should be clear about what data to collect and how to organize and manage them. The next question is, “What do I do now?”
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